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facing river shove

Discussion in 'Texas Holdem Hand Discussion' started by xdgvekv, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. xdgvekv

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    Hand History for Game 35412440481 (Poker Stars)
    $2.00 USD NL Texas Hold'em - Sunday , November 15 , 07:58:39 ET 2009
    Table Subra III (Real Money)
    Seat 6 is the button
    Seat 1: Zsebi001 ( $3.46 USD )
    Seat 3: Hero ( $2.23 USD )
    Seat 4: LEO RITTER ( $6.64 USD )
    Seat 5: Mimi0323 ( $3.37 USD )
    Seat 6: MrJack123 ( $1.35 USD )
    Zsebi001 posts small blind $0.01 .
    Hero posts big blind $0.02 .



    Dealt to Hero: :Jc: :Tc:
    LEO RITTER raises $0.04
    Mimi0323 calls $0.04
    MrJack123 calls $0.04
    Zsebi001 raises $0.05
    Hero calls $0.04
    LEO RITTER calls $0.02
    Mimi0323 calls $0.02
    MrJack123 calls $0.02


    FLOP ($0.30)
    :Th: :Ts: :9s:
    Zsebi001 checks
    Hero checks
    LEO RITTER checks
    Mimi0323 checks
    MrJack123 checks


    TURN ($0.30)
    :Ac:
    Zsebi001 bets $0.06
    Hero calls $0.06
    LEO RITTER folds
    Mimi0323 folds
    MrJack123 folds


    RIVER ($0.30)
    :6d:
    Zsebi001 bets $3.34




    ????????
     
  2. didi8bg

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    SNAAAAAP, pot turn call/shove river
     
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    raise turn!
     
  4. xdgvekv

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    He folds a lot to cbet, but spazes out at times, at the river facing the shove I put him on 66,
    the most obvious hand shoving for value there.. at least I thought he has a full house.
    His most obvious thinking pattern is: if opponent calls, he calls any, therefore shove.

    After some more elaboration on this I'll tell how the action went on..
     
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    I like a bet on the flop. Its a wet enough board with straight and flush possibilities and super mway so we can expect OR to felt OP here and get lots of action/protection vs the draws.

    Turn u have to rr given he bet so small and there board is still wet vs these fish meaning they have lots of hands that can continue with giving us lots of value to get. So u have to rr here given that the guys behind u checked flop meaning u cant count on them to bump up the turn.
    As played, on river just call based on how u played it. Again his small turn bet and big river bet is generally scary given its low limits but he can easily have a strong ace here.
     
  7. xdgvekv

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    Well.. the truth is I have seen this situation a lot.

    that kind of line with a river shove is always the nuts. I put him on full house for a 98% certainty (66 or Tx the way played),
     
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  9. jully

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    lead flop is good
    and bet turn big ..get it in on the riv :)
     

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